Where do I come from? (and does it matter?) This talk will highlight the identity issues surrounding birthplace (born in Columbia and raissed in Minnepolis), ethnicity, family history, and language as reflected by her 2019 memoir Magical Realism for Non-Believers: A Memoir of Finding Family. It will encourage reflection and discussion about who we are and where we come from and how those identities impact our perceptions of our place in the world.
October 7 @4PM; University of Minnesota Duluth;in Library Rotunda; Refreshments provided
Special thanks to UMD's American Indian Studies, The Office of Diversity and Inclusion, English Linguistics and Writing Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies
Fajardo, Anika; University of Minnesota Duluth. Department of American Indian Studies.
Anika Fajardo Book Reading (2019-10-07).
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